System Restore works a lot like the Undo command in Microsoft Word. You can use System Restore to return to your previous driver version if you create a restore point prior to installing the driver. System Restore does not affect your personal data files (such as Microsoft Word documents, browsing history, drawings, favorites, or email) so you won't lose changes made to these files after the restore point is created.
The sidebar at the right contains two downloadable files. The first is all of the factory program banks for the Prophet Rev2. The second is the set of 16 alternative tunings included with the Prophet Rev2. Each of these downloads includes installation instructions. These are also given below.
This reference section describes the driver programming interfaces that are included in the Windows Driver Kit (WDK). The programming interfaces are used for developing drivers that interact with USB devices, host controllers, connectors. These include export functions that the drivers can call, callback routines that the driver can implement, I/O requests that the driver can send to the Microsoft-provided USB driver stack, and various data structures that are used in those requests.
A Windows Driver Model (WDM)-based USB client driver can call functions to communicate with the Microsoft-provided USB driver stack. These functions are defined in Usbdlib.h and the client driver requires the Usbdex.lib library. The library gets loaded and statically linked to the client driver module when it is built. A client driver that calls these routines can run on Windows Vista and later versions of Windows.
A USB driver for a dual-role controller can behave as a host controller or a function controller depending on the hardware to which it is connected. These controllers are common on mobile devices and allow for connections to PCs, as well as USB peripherals like keyboards and mice. A mobile device can behave as a peripheral when it is connected to a PC, allowing you to transfer files between your PC and the mobile device. In that scenario, the controller on the device operates in the function role. Conversely, the controller can operate in the host role when connected to USB peripherals like storage drives, keyboard, mice.
One of the main responsibilities of a driver for a dual-role controller is to switch between those two roles, tearing down the previous role's device node and loading the device node for the new role. When writing the driver, use the WDF class extension-client driver model. For more information about the WDF class extension-client driver model, see Ursdevice.h.
The driver pair loads as the FDO in the host controller device stack. The UDE client driver communicates with Udecx by using a set of methods and event callback functions to handle device requests and notify the class extension about various events.
A USB function class driver implements the functionality of a specific interface (or group of interfaces) on the USB device. The class driver handle requests issued by user mode services, or it can forwards requests to USB function class extension (UFX) and its function client driver. Certain class drivers are included in Windows, such as MTP and IpOverUsb. Windows also provides a generic kernel-mode class driver, Generic USBFN (GenericUSBFn.sys). If a particular interface or functionality is not provided by a system-supplied driver, you might need write a function class driver. The class driver may be implemented as a kernel-mode driver by using Windows Driver Frameworks (WDF). Alternatively, you may implement it as a user-mode service. In that case, your class driver must be paired with the system-supplied class driver, Generic USBFN. For example, the MTP class driver runs as a user-mode service that transferring files to and from the device.
The USB function client driver is responsible for implementing a function controller-specific operations. The client driver communicates with the USB function class extension (UFX) module to handle endpoint data transfers, USB device state changes (reset, suspend, resume), attach/detach detection, port/charger detection. The client driver is also responsible for handling power management, and PnP events.
Write a filter driver that supports detection of chargers, if the function controller uses the in-box Synopsys and ChipIdea drivers. If you are writing a client driver for a proprietary function controller, charger/attach detection is integrated in the client driver by implementing EVT_UFX_DEVICE_PROPRIETARY_CHARGER_SET_PROPERTY, EVT_UFX_DEVICE_PROPRIETARY_CHARGER_RESET, and EVT_UFX_DEVICE_DETECT_PROPRIETARY_CHARGER.
The USB host controller extension is a system-supplied extension to the Kernel-Mode Driver Framework (KMDF). Within the Microsoft USB Driver Stack Architecture, UCX provides functionality to assist a host controller client driver in managing a USB host controller device. The client driver handles hardware operations and events, power management, and PnP events. UCX serves as an abstracted interface to the rest of the Microsoft USB 3.0 stack, queues requests to the client driver, and performs other tasks.
If you are developing an xHCI host controller that is not compliant with the specification or developing a custom non-xHCI hardware (such as a virtual host controller), you can write a host controller driver that communicates with the UCX class extension.
NOTE: This driver is not intended for use on AMD Radeon products running in Apple Boot Camp platforms. Users of these platforms should contact their system manufacturer for driver support.
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Intel® Power Gadget 3.5 consists of the following components. Set of driver and libraries which access and post process the processor energy counter to calculate the power usage in Watts, temperate in Celsius and frequency in GHz (default install directory will be ~Program FilesIntelPower Gadget 3.5). A command line version of the tool (PowerLog3.0.exe) is also included
Must be identical for the target computers to load the controller driver and boot. if you using different controller you should edit the sysprep.inf file with [SysprepMassStorage] (described in the end of this article)
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MSI laptops are well known and loved by the gaming community for their premium hardware and solid performance. But even the best of laptops sometimes run into some issues. Over time, you might catch some malware or deal with missing file logs, software bugs, etc., causing the system to lag or malfunction. Performing a factory reset on your MSI laptop often is the first step to troubleshoot and often solve these issues. Or, you simply might find yourself needing to remove all installed software and restore the laptop to its out-of-box state.
Whether you want to factory reset your MSI laptop as a preparation step before selling it or as a part of the troubleshooting process, back up your data first. You can do it with the help of an external hard drive or Cloud storage. The two of the most popular Cloud options are Google Drive and Dropbox. Both have free options, with 15GB and 2GB of storage space, respectively.
Your MSI laptop is now restored to its original factory state. You should see the increase in speed and get an overall performance boost after the reset. Once you go online, make sure to check for Windows updates. Having your laptop drivers up to date ensures the machine continues to run smoothly. 2b1af7f3a8